Theatre: New Plays in Manhattan: Mar. 19, 1928

Her Unborn Child came to Manhattan last week after 15 years on the road. Thus, in one respect, it is a grandmother to Abie's Irish Rose. Critics were not allowed to see it until after a special performance for the Eastern Star society and a matinee for ladies only. It depicts a wholesome Irish family, whose oldest child, Doris, has been seduced by aristocratic Jack Conover. Jack's aunt, an advocate of birth control and kindred arts, persuades Doris to consult a physician. Doris insists on seeing her good family physician, who eloquently refuses to...

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